• Microstation at National University of Singapore (NUS)

    At the National University of Singapore, over 160 first year students enrolled in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering used Microstation 2D and 3D for problem solving and to equip themselves with fundamental knowledge and skill in computer-aided engineering graphics.

    Students were asked to design an on-campus recreation centre, in which they can plant and grow their imagination…

    • Fri, Dec 7 2012
  • Generative Components - Curtin University Western Australia

    Curtin University in Western Australia offers an innovative course in their School of Built Environment.  Master of Architecture students use Microstation Generative Components in a project involving the design and exploration of a parametric model that can be used to screen a roof.

    Professor Sambit Datta directs teaching and research in advanced computational technologies in the Department of Architecture and Interior…

    • Thu, Dec 6 2012